Former India cricketer Yuvraj Singh – who became an indispensable member of the team – could not make his comeback after the tour of West Indies in 2017. In 2017, during the Champions Trophy in England, the stylish left-hander became the then fifth Indian cricketer to play 300 ODIs. Back then, only Mohammad Azharuddin, Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid had achieved the feat. Also Read - Yuvraj Singh Pokes Fun at Irfan Pathan After Former All-Rounder Compares His Bowling Action To A Sifaka | SEE POSTS
Going down memory lane, he thanked then skipper Sourav Ganguly and the selectors for the opportunity. He took to Twitter and wrote, “I think we should all thank @SGanguly99 and the first batch of my selectors for giving me this opportunity!.” Also Read - Yuvraj Singh Pokes Fun at Team India Cricketers Using Gender-Swap Picture | SEE POST
Harbhajan, who has played a lot of his cricket during that period asked Yuvraj if the second batch of selectors deserved the same credit. He wrote, “Anything for the last batch??”
This time, Yuvraj preferred, not to put through any opinions. He replied and wrote, ‘Lol no comments (a face-masked emoji).”
Both Harbhajan and Yuvraj found it difficult to hold on to their spot in the squad post 30. Harbhajan last played for India in the 2016 Asia Cup match against the United Arab Emirates (UAE).